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REGISTRATION OPENS 10-10 at 10

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HEY!  GUESS WHAT?

Yes, thats right, Monday, October 10th, registration for The Way, The Truth, The Life opens for group leaders.

We will be taking 650 teens and chaperones to our Nations Capitol to protest the Supreme Court decision on January 22nd of 1973.  This Archdiocean trip includes programming for the teens, a day of touring in Washington DC, Mass with Archbishop Carlson, and the march itself, where thousands of protesters will silently and prayerfully march to the Supreme Court protesting that decision.

Click here for more information.

Click here to go to the registration page.

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Steubenville Live CD is here! ! !

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The new Steubenville Live CD IS HERE!  They will be on sale this Saturday, September 24th at Spiritfest or you can click here to order online 

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'Summer of sex' proves fruitful for Holy Infant teens

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A Day For Adults Who Work With Youth: Training Day!

If you are an adult working in youth ministry, you don’t want to miss the Office of Youth Ministry’s TRAINING DAY!  This event is designed to help you and other youth leaders become better equipped to serve Christ’s Church and His Youth.

This compact day, filled with a variety of relevant talks and powerful prayer, is for veterens to newbies in youth ministry!

Here are the topics covered during the training: Read more »

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Pope tells youth to follow Christ through his Church

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Submitted by Elizabeth Westhoff on August 23, 2011
 

Summary
Pope Benedict XVI told over a million young pilgrims to World Youth Day that the best way to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ is through the Catholic Church.

At closing Mass, Pope tells youth to follow Christ through his Church - Madrid, Spain, August 21 (CNA/EWTN News) .- Read more »

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Saint Louis, King of France

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Man of the Middle Ages

The thirteenth century brought all that was best and all that was worst about the Middle Ages to a culmination. Magnificent cathedrals, monasteries, and universities drew some of God's people to the light of God's Word. But surrounding streets and countryside teemed with folk lost in the shadows of superstition and fear. Cords of a common faith united people from far flung lands. But ambition and greed ran riot in the many political divisions of those lands and in the Church as well. Still, it was that simple faith that dominated most people's lives. Life is brief, and at the end await judgment and eternity. It is how you live that matters, and, thank God, His grace is available to peasant and prince alike. Read more »

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